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Old 28 July 2013, 04:40   #11
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Country: UK - England
Town: The wilds of Wiltshire
Boat name: WhiteNoise/Dominator
Make: Ballistic 7.8/SR5.4
Length: 7m +
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Take pics!

If you want decent advice, show people the problem.

(Not saying any advice is bad so far, but it's impossible to give specific advice without pics...)
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Old 28 July 2013, 05:12   #12
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Country: UK - England
Town: Sticks, N.Yorks
Boat name: Tamanco
Make: Honwave 3.5AE
Length: 3m +
Engine: Tohatsu Outboard
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I'd consider taking it to a proper engineer who has all the gear to get that out rather than messing about with usual poor quality extractors that are generally available !!
Might seem expensive but when you consider the alternatives it could work out as money well spent.
Good luck with it.

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Old 05 August 2013, 05:57   #13
Country: UK - England
Town: Leeds
Boat name: Wave Bouncer
Make: Avon
Length: 4m +
Engine: outboard, petrol, 40
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Gear box removed complete with the section above might be a short to long shaft conversion box ?

The local welding shop have repaired the skeg and removed the bolts connecting the gear box to conversion box
I sheared one they sheared two more and had to weld nuts on two bolts to get them out

They have drilled out the bolts that sheared of inside and re tapped the threads
Cost 65 The local boatyard wanted 250 to 300 just to repair the skeg

Now re assembled and gearbox topped up need to run it and recheck the gear box make sure they have not damaged prop seals

Thanks for all the help from all the above

anyone have a Yamaha 40h manual about 1990 vintage

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